Practice Tips of the Week

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The Top Ten Practice Tips of All Time, by David Motto

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David Motto, founder of Molto Music, has been researching the best way to learn musical instruments since 1997. During that time he has read every book, journal article, and website he could find and has attended lectures, seminars, and master classes to explore this simple question:

What is the most efficient and effective way to learn to play a musical instrument?

It turns out that the answer to this question goes far beyond the usual information circulating in the music community. Scientific research on deliberate practice, skill acquisition, and memory retention all lead to a series of activities that will benefit any musician on the path to musical mastery. Further thinking in the psychology of success, motivation, and performance preparation also play a part in the steps musicians should take to reach their full potential.

Helping musicians master these steps is the purpose of David’s work: the Practice Tips of the Week, the Molto Music blog, David’s Ten Minute Virtuoso eBook series, and the Musician’s Practice Planner.

What Musicians Worldwide Say About
David Motto’s Practice Tips

I love the Practice Tips you’re providing. Thank you so much for this service.
Toni Gross, cellist
Las Cruces, NM

Your practice tips are clearly a product of decades of research on what works and what doesn’t. God bless you for de-mystifying the process for us who never thought we could get better at this.
Monet Silvestre, keyboardist
Manila, Philippines

Your eBooks are priceless. Thank you for your great insight on how to make use of my practice time.
Tyrone Southerland, bassist and guitarist
Atlanta, GA

I read the Top Ten Practice Tips and I want to say that it’s reaaaaaally perfect! Thank you for your books.
Zohreh Mahmoodi, violinist
Karaj, Iran

All your tips have helped me SO much!
Linnèa Butler, flutist and pianist
Burlingame, CA

Thanks again for sending wonderful tips which are really very useful for all musicians.
Augustine Chinnappan Muthriar, violinist
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

You give the best advice ever!! Keep it coming!
Alice Kay McFarland, pianist
Columbus, GA

I’ve been using your practice planner for years, and your practice tip about recording yourself was my inspiration for finally buying a digital recorder and indeed listening to my playing. Your website and practice tips are such a great resource.
Janet Hince, harpist
Charlotte, NC

I want to thank you for your ‘practice tips of the week’ – I find them really good, interesting and very helpful … thanks for doing it, and sharing such useful ideas.
David Hurford, trumpeter
United Kingdom

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